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· March, 2010

Stories about Kenya from March, 2010

Africa: Will France Telecoms dominate East Africa?

Africa: Crowdfunding in Africa

Kenya: Is Makmende Kenya's first Internet sensation?

Kenya: Nairobi becomes East Africa's tech heartbeat

Kenya, and specifically Nairobi, has in recent months become the technology heartbeat of Africa with conferences, launches, meet ups, summits and unconferences all running in quick succession.

Kenya: First Day of ICANN in Nairobi

Kenya: Soul Boy – Premier

Kenya: Massive Flooding in Samburu as Ewaso Nyiro River Bursts its Banks

At dawn on Thursday, 4 March 2010, a massive flash flood hit Samburu in northern Kenya destroying 6 tourist lodges, some wildlife research camps and leaving thousands marooned on roof tops...

Kenya: The iHub launched in Nairobi

The iHub, an innovation center for techies, developers and innovators was launched in Nairobi this week. Several leading bloggers attended the event and here are their stories, photos and videos.

Africa: The future of technology in Africa

Africa: Can France Telecoms dominate East Africa?

Africa: The future of Technology in Africa

Kenya: Launch of Nairobi's Innovation Hub

Africa: Quick hits in the African Tech space

Africa: Should Sports Club be community driven or tribal affair?

The Technology for Transparency Review, Part I

In this first review of case studies from the Technology for Transparency Network we discover that online platforms like Discuz! and Twitter can reverse bad policy and stimulate healthy debate....

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